My social experience attending the performance was a bad one. Not one that was worse than normal; I'm just sure everyone had a bad social experience. I attended the performance by myself, because nobody wanted to go to this play. To get ready, I put on a jacket because it was cold. I didn't get fancy by any means. The role of shared experiences in the Good Life is wholly irrelevant to my experience at this play. Usually, I would like to do things that I like with people that I like. However, that was not this case. That is my Good Life. Good experiences with good people.
Also, I feel that the Talk Back falls under the Social Experience category. The Talk Back was by far and away the worst part. Nobody stayed for it, nobody participated in it, and the actors seemed like they didn't want to be there (except for one overzealous actor that thought the Talk Back was genius, and that the kids actually cared about his play).